|Quoting Glom (Reply 7):|
367 eh? I've noticed these variant designations in the photo library. How do you keep track of the difference between a 367 and a 368 etc? What exactly is the difference?
|Quoting Glom (Reply 12):|
Thanks for that. One further question on this subject: if a 772 was delivered to, say, China Airlines it would be a 777-209. If then, it was sold second hand to, say, Icelandair, would it still be a 777-209 since the product was originally made for China Airlines, or would it change to being a 777-208?
|Quoting LH423 (Reply 13):|
No, the original designation stays, regardless of who is flying the aircraft. For instance, when VS bought the order of 744s originally destined for AZ, they kept the -43 suffix rather than the -1R that VS use.
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